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Company: Barton Health
Location: South Lake Tahoe, CA
Career Level: Associate
Industries: Healthcare, Pharmaceutical, Biotech

Description

Purpose Statement
Consistently Exceptional Care

Barton Health is a not-for-profit, equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, age, religion, creed, national origin, race or handicap in its relationship with patients, visitors or employees.

Mission
Barton Health is dedicated to the delivery of safe, high quality health care to community members and visitors. We are committed to compassionate, personalized, comprehensive and responsive treatment of all of our patients and other guests.
 

Nicotine Free Statement: To further our mission in providing quality, compassionate care to everyone, effective January 1, 2017, Barton Health will no longer hire individuals who use or test positive for nicotine. Barton Health promotes a healthy and safe environment for all Associates, Physicians, Volunteers, Patients, and Vistors. Therefore, all individuals whose pre-employment drug test results are positive for nicotine will have their job offer rescinded, and they will be disqualified from applying for employment for 6 months (180) days from the date of the health screening. 

 

Job Function: Allied Health 

Employment Type: Full-Time 

Hours per Pay Period 1.00  (80 hours p/pp) 

Job Shift: Day 

Weekend/Holiday Rotation: Yes 

 

*** Minimum two years lead/supervisory experience required ***

** Breast biopsy experience required ***

 

Summary of Position:

LEAD: Assists the Director of Medical Imaging by overseeing the performance, quality, and adherence to all policies, procedures, protocols, regulations, licensures, and guidelines pertaining to their assigned modality(s). Works with the Director of Medical Imaging to oversee the staffing, scheduling, and ETO approval within their modality. Works with the Director of Medical Imaging to oversee all competency, training, orientation, required education, and licensures in their assigned modality(s). Works with the Director of Medical Imaging in areas of process improvement, patient and staff safety, and data collection for any areas requiring reports, documentation, or assessment. Attends meetings and training as directed. Lead reports to the Director of Medical Imaging.

 

SHIFT LEAD: Assists their Lead and Director of Medical Imaging by overseeing the performance, quality, and adherence to all policies, procedures, protocols, regulations, and guidelines pertaining to their assigned shift. Works with their Lead and Director of Medical Imaging to oversee the staffing and scheduling on their shift as needed, particularly for call-offs and last minute notices of short-staffing. Works with their Lead and Director of Medical Imaging to oversee all competency, training, and orientation on their assigned shift. Works with their Lead and Director of Medical Imaging in areas of process improvement, patient and staff safety, and data collection for any areas requiring reports, documentation, or assessment as requested. Attends meetings and training as directed. Shift Lead works with their Lead for daily operations and needs and reports to the Director of Medical Imaging.

 

Qualifications

Education:

  • Completion of an accredited program pertaining to their modality

 

Experience:

  • Minimum three years recent medical imaging/cardiology services experience preferred
  • Minimum two years previous supervisory/lead experience preferred

 

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

  • Leadership qualities
  • Ability to analyze and interpret financial documents
  • General knowledge of Human Resource functions including labor laws, recruitment and retention practices and organizational development
  • Sufficient computer skills as are required to complete an online application and the pre-employment/annual Net Learning requirements
  • In compliance with patient safety standards, must be able to effectively communicate in English; Bilingual abilities preferred

 

Certifications/Licensure:

  • Current registry pertaining to their primary modality(s)
  • Current California license or ability to obtain prior to start date if modality is required to have State licensure
  • Current CPR/BLS certification by the American Heart Association (BLS for the Healthcare Provider) or ability to obtain prior to start date.

 

Physical Demands

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to walk, stand, sit, and talk or hear.
  • The employee is occasionally required to use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate objects, tools, or controls; and reach with hands and arms.
  • The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.
  • Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, and the ability to adjust focus.
  • Lifts, positions, pushes and/or transfer patients.
  • The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.

 

Working Conditions

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Routine Hospital/Healthcare & Office/Administrative conditions.
  • Contact with patients and guests under a wide variety of circumstances.
  • Regularly exposed to the risk of blood borne diseases.
  • Exposure to infections and contagious disease.
  • Exposed to hazardous anesthetic agents, body fluids and waste.
  • Subject to hazards of flammable and explosive gases.
  • Subject to varying and unpredictable situations, including the handling of emergency or crisis situations.
  • Subject to pressure due to irregular hours, frequent interruptions and stressful situations due to multiple demands.
  • Occasional travel to various health system locations.

Essential Functions

Lead/Shift Lead:

  1. Provides consistently exceptional care at all times.
  2. Performs all clinical duties expected of their registry(s) and licensure(s).
  3. Assists physicians during any procedures that falls under their scope of practice. Ensures sterile technique is maintained during these invasive procedures if required.
  4. Performs all exams in accordance to protocols.
  5. Is able to competently utilize all electronic medical imaging computer programs to include PACS, RIS, EMR, QC programs, CD burning, and other related programs to perform daily job duties.
  6. Recognizes situations outside of his/her expertise and only performs duties within their abilities and scope of practice. Seeks guidance of coworkers or supervisors when needed.
  7. Prepares and maintains imaging rooms and ensures availability of supplies.
  8. Is professional resource to other members of the patient care team in area of expertise.
  9. Keeps patient/family informed of process, procedures, timeframes. Focuses on customer service needs. Effectively educates patients, families in procedure.
  10. Monitors and ensures all documentation is complete and accurate.
  11. Prepares written reports, evaluations as required by standards.
  12. Operates equipment and performs job related duties in a safe manner; observes and interprets machine functioning. Maintains diagnostic instruments in good working order; performs scheduled preventative maintenance; follows procedure when equipment malfunctions. 
  13. Is able to demonstrate knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to the age of the patients served. The individual demonstrates knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span and possesses the ability to identify each patient's age-specific needs.
  14. Demonstrates a working knowledge of regulatory and licensing standards and ensures that practice is compliant with standards. Works with Medical Imaging director to maintain all standards and to be prepared for all inspections.
  15. Responds to the needs of the department by performing other duties, as necessary.
  16. Expected to pursue and maintain continuing education in all areas of registry to unsure current knowledge and best practices for your field(s) of practice.
  17. Recommend being an active member of their professional society to keep up on latest issues, trends, technology, and regulations that may affect their modality(s).

 

Specific Essential Functions:

Lead:

1.   Responsible for overseeing orientation, training and competency for all staff in their assigned

      modality.

2.   Responsible for working with Medical Imaging Director to oversee review, revise, and write 

      all protocols, policy & procedures, and guidelines pertaining to their modality.

3.   Responsible for gathering data as requested by Medical Imaging Director pertaining to

      QA/QC, safety, competencies, staff performance, and other reporting criteria. Helps address

      deficiencies, fall-outs, and process improvement. 

4.   Effectively coordinates daily activities, assists staff to prioritize tasks, and ensures efficient

      modality safety and workflow.

5.   Works professionally and respectfully with Medical Imaging Director, co-leads, shift leads,

      radiologists, co-workers, and other departments as needed. Is self-motivated.

6.   Provides performance evaluation feedback to Director of Medical Imaging for all staff 

      assigned to them.

7.   Works with the Director of Medical Imaging, to oversee the ETO/Holiday/Sick requests and

      approval process within their assigned modality to ensure adequate staffing coverage at all

      times.

8.   Leads are responsible for assisting the Director of Medical Imaging in the overall operation,

      function, safety, and progress of their assigned modality, They are expected to be a positive

      role model/mentor in quality, professionalism, vision, patient care, modality expertise,

      communication, motivation, and respect. In a supervisory role they need to be trusted and

      approachable and willing to help others succeed.

9.   Oversees and collaborates with shift leads to maintain open communication and report

      among the leadership to ensure adequate training, resources, and support to allow shift leads

      to perform their duties and functions.

10. Responsible for addressing equipment issues by placing a service call to the proper service

      vendor and ensuring the equipment issue is being addressed in a timely manner, notifying all

      departments that will be effected by the equipment issue, and updating the Director of

      Medical Imaging of the issue in a timely manner. Director of Medical Imaging is to be

      contacted immediately if assistance is needed in contacting the vendor or to address any

      escalated issues created by the equipment issue.

11. Responsible for ensuring daily safety briefings are being held during their shift changes and

      that all assigned staff are aware of the daily briefings.

12. Works with Director of Medical Imaging to adhere to financial and budget criteria such as

      controlling overtime, incidental clock-in/out, and supply usage and restocking in their

      modality(s).

 

Shift Lead:

1.   Responsible for assisting their Lead in overseeing orientation, training and competency for

      all staff on their assigned shift. Ensure all staff adhere to approved policies, procedures,

      and guidelines.

2.   Provide requested data pertaining to their shift QA/QC, safety, competencies, staff

      performance, and other reporting criteria. Helps address deficiencies, fall-outs, and process

      improvement related to their shift if required. 

3.   Effectively coordinates daily shift activities, assists staff to prioritize tasks, and ensures

      efficient modality safety and workflow on their shift.

4.   Works professionally and respectfully with Medical Imaging Director, Leads, Radiologists,

      co-workers, and other departments as needed. Is self-motivated.

5.   Provides performance evaluation feedback to Director of Medical Imaging for all shift staff 

      assigned to them.

6.   Works with the Director of Medical Imaging and Lead to ensure adequate staffing coverage

      at all times. If staff call in during their shift to call off for that shift or an up-coming shift that

      day they must make every effort to help find coverage. If they cannot find coverage they will   

      ask or assign someone on their shift to stay and provide coverage. The Lead or Medical

      Imaging Director should be contacted if coverage cannot be resolved.

 

7.   Responsible for addressing equipment issues on their shift by placing a service call to the

      proper service vendor and ensuring the equipment issue is being addressed in a timely

      manner, notifying all departments that will be effected by the equipment issue, and updating

      the Director of Medical Imaging of the issue in a timely manner. Director of Medical

      Imaging is to be contacted immediately if assistance is needed in contacting the vendor or

      to address any escalated issues created by the equipment issue.

8.   Shift Leads are responsible for assisting their Lead and the Director of Medical Imaging in 

      the overall operation, function, safety, and efficiency of their assigned shift. They are

      expected to be a positive role model/mentor in quality, professionalism, vision, patient care,

      communication, motivation, and respect. In a supervisory role they need to be trusted and

      approachable and willing to help others succeed.

9.   Responsible for ensuring daily safety briefings are being held during their shift changes and

      that all assigned staff are aware of the daily briefings.

10. Works with Lead and Director of Medical Imaging to adhere to financial and budget criteria

      such as controlling overtime, incidental clock-in/out, and supply usage and restocking on

      their shift.

Purpose Statement
Consistently Exceptional Care

 

Mission
Barton Health is dedicated to the delivery of safe, high quality health care to community members and visitors. We are committed to compassionate, personalized, comprehensive and responsive treatment of all of our patients and other guests.

 

Values/Standards

Barton Health commits to integrity, collaboration and excellence through the practice of our four Service Standards:

  • Safety
  • Respect
  • Image
  • Efficiency

 

Barton Health is a not-for-profit, equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, age, religion, creed, national origin, race or handicap in its relationship with patients, visitors or employees.


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